Emergency officials have suspended dragging operations in the Clear Fork River for a Williamsburg man, who a Golden Alert was issued for on March 7.
Whitley County Emergency Management Director Danny Moses said Saturday morning that efforts to search the river, which started March 7 for Joel Moses, 48, of the Brush Arbor community, were being suspended due to new information in the case.
“Right now we are trying clarify some situations that have come up,” said Sheriff Colan Harrell, whose department is handling the law enforcement side of the investigation.
“There were some wet clothes of his found in his apartment Friday that weren’t there Wednesday,” Harrell said.
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